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John Pitt, 2nd Earl of Chatham, by George Romney, scanned from 'House of Pitt' by Sir Tresham Lever (1947). This is the portrait on which Jacqui Reiter's excellent drawing is based (pinterest.com/...). It hangs, or used to hang, at Chevening, formerly the home of William Pitt's biographer Earl Stanhope.
"Portrait of Captain Sir William-Peer Williams, Bt., of the 16th Light Dragoons" by Allan Ramsay (1759) at the Courtauld Gallery, London - I'm actually really excited to see this, because one of my favourite historical fiction series (the "Jack Absolute" series by C.C. Humphreys) has the protagonist serving in the 16th Light Dragoons during the Seven Years War. I've never seen a portrait of an officer from there before, so now I'm definitely stoked.
Charles Stanhope, Viscount Mahon, later 3rd Earl Stanhope (1753-1816), mezzotint by Thomas Watson after Antoine Daniel Prud'homme, 1775. Mahon married Pitt's sister Hester in 1774, and was the father of Lady Hester Stanhope. He was at first a supporter of Pitt's administration, but later they became estranged both politically and personally.
Drawing of William Pitt the Elder by William Hoare
1783-1784 British Portrait medallion of William Pitt the Younger at the Museum of London, London - From the curators' comments: "William Pitt the Younger became the youngest prime minister ever at the age of 24. He had only entered Parliament in 1781....Pitt remained in office continuously until 1801, a period which saw the French Revolution, the start of the Napoleonic Wars and the Act of Union between Britain and Ireland."
John Kitts Birth: May 7, 1762 Death: Sep. 18, 1870 He was born at Bloody Run, in Bedford County, Pa., in 1762, and is, therefore, now in the one hundred and fifth year of his age! In 1776, when fourteen years of age, he was a member of the First Pennsylvania Regiment of the Revolutionary War. He was in the battle of Yorktown, and occupied at one time the position of errand boy or messenger to Washington and Lafayette.